Automated price calculations
Price list allows you to have multiple lists that differentiate between products from alternate suppliers and those you produce yourselves. If a price is changed then it updates across the whole system, so you don’t get stuck quoting old prices next time
"Clarity Price Lists enables you to optimise your pricing and maximise business revenue. Manage your pricing with ease using intelligence to help you make better-informed decisions"
Clarity price list features
Real time consistent pricing.
Price Lists allows you to price your jobs accurately and consistently. Establish and manage your pricing process. Adjust prices quickly with greater accuracy and visualise financial data instantly
Scale and grow your business
Gain the ability to set your own pricing rules. No matter how you want to set your pricing, you can have the flexibility to find what works best for your business operations
Supplier costs all in one place.
Manage your costs with supplier’s price lists. Gain efficiency and control of your costs and move away from using manually intensive spreadsheets. Access all costs in a central location
Manage your bill of materials
Gain the ability to combine several elements of labour and materials to build a price. List your parts and assemblies in the bill of materials. Ensure your business is operating at full potential.
FIND OUT HOW IT ALL WORKS
Each part can be set up with Supplier Cost matrix and separate Customer Pricing matrix.
As many as you like. Clarity does not limit the size of your parts price list. Use price lists to add everything, labour costs, machine costs, fixed costs, variable costs based on quantity, time, size (length, area, volume) and loads more parameters. It is also possible to add your own pricing parameters specific to what you sell and how you sell it.
Yes. Cost prices can vary depending on volume purchasing. You may buy a large pack or pallet from one supplier then supply to your customers in smaller units. Another supplier may supply in units. The costs, delivery costs and times are likely to vary. It can sometimes be very important that these exact volume costs are known when quoting particular customers or large jobs where margins can be under pressure. Clarity gives you a competitive edge by having accurate information to judge whether the profit gained from an order is worth supplying.